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BY WGLA&gE&tit, HUTTON &;CO.
MEMPHIS, TENN.;, THURSDAY? MORNING, MAY 213 1,857.
YOL. vni. NO. 53.
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PIT SUBBilS DAILT, TRI-WRKKLT AND WEEKLT, BT
JNf1J5. St'C-JkNAHAN, IXONTDAS TROUSDALE,
H. BUTTON, BENJAMIN F. DILL,
cotes the srvix axo riBM or
M.' CLANAHAISr, HUTTOH" & CO.,
TV WBOU ALL LlTTEIU OK BUSINESS, OB. OTHER
WI, SHOULD EE ACDBEUED.
PRICE OF STJBSCRIFTIOJi.
DaUr, la sdvaaee.per aim am.... $10 03
TH-Wfiltj, " " " 6 00
Weefetr, " " " 3 00
$3- fbe Weekly ppr will be famished to Clubs of Ten
ib4 upwards it $S 6a each ; payiMe lnrulibly In si
aaee, ai every Olub to b nude up at one ofice.
J3f" An aM satcr.ber and a sew one will be taken to
gether at $ 69 each.
J3 la bo ease wtB the paper be sent to new cub-crl--BaIes
the rder for the same it attended with the
TS3T AH Dally Mfetcrlpttons wffl l cc-sMereJ due and
pa-Mr baM-yearly la advance.
CJ-TtieJ-ragoias terms H1 be strictly and rigidly
' DAILT RATES FOR ADVERTlsnVG.
Adopted by the Appeal end Eagle and Enquirer.
Fmr ae Kjcare ct ten Unes or ls, one insertion ... $ 1 00
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' " twk a week, ' 63 00
E3- Two ceaares, reaewaMe weekly, per annnra, 60 00
" - " twice a week, " SO 00
Jj- A adreftteeaeaU required te be kept oa teeoad
pae. cka&oeo as sew eash day, asd oa third page,
ik anare over ctated rate .
3T AdearttseBMBU directed to be displayed, or cet in
Une tje, efcirged oocble rate.
3- yearly advertisers wi 1 be caarxed extra tot occa
pytag cpareorer cectrect, aad wben LARGE TVrE if re-
ata4 to be ated, or the adrartlsemeat kept on-laaide of
CJ" Tarly adTertieers will be ckarged extra at rejnlar
rate tar Wintl, Bes's, KeooTals. Copartnership So
Mee. T OeBipse, &e.
CJ- Transient AuvrBTUisa must be paid for
13" So adrertiseaent will appear in the 'Weekly paper
nimuj by :peeal ceotmct.
K- AavertisesesU te be Inserted ta the "Weekly paper
aty, ar at UresaUr icterrala in either of the papers, will
bearsed $1 per tcEarc far every laiertksn.
Z" ABBosncini; candidates let Staie,-Cennty and Mo.
bWboI 8Sces, $6 each, to he. paM In advaace in.eTery
C5-AH adrertisesients for Charitab'ie Instltetions,
Tire Oenpacles, 'Ward, Town, and other PaMic Meetingf,
to be ekarced half price.
Ct Marriages and Deaths artMsbrtshed as news ; bnt
OMn&ries, Tribateo of Ketpectbd Funeral Invitations
13" AH Legal aad Transient Advertisements will be
ebarsed by the insertion.
Jj- zditorial Katices in IcalXMnmn wiX be charged
OTvert per ltee.
- 53- Ko dfBesaB or vsrlaUsn wtt be tnade Tron the
McCLAK AB AX, HUTTON i CO.
"TAB. SADXDBRS' orSce at J. A. Sledte Jt Co
tar the Poet Offloe.
L- Q. 6. LA23A2..- ..............C. tt. JIOTT.
LAMAR & MOTT,
ATTOB.KF.T3 AT LAW, Holly Sprligs, MUtisslrpl.
G. rV. TnUEBKAKT,
ATT0HNET ANB COPNSELOB AT LAW, Memphis
TeM.tsce. OSeetaMosby k. nont's new Btock, cy
stairs. Front Bow. Bofer to E. M. Apperson tc Co., ami
V. B. Miller. ap4-2ni
JDOCTOK W. C. CAVEXAUGH,
HAVING peija.neatiy tecaWd m Memphis, oflers bis
errtoetB U tbtarasiiies o: his profession to the
astuens of MisapaK aad vid.ltr. .. .
I Main street, (Weei sne.) wiween jioaias un
1 streets, in stevesron'a doikubks. apicra
Dr. H. L,. LAS&I,
LATE Staff PayeioiaB and Director of several Hospitals
tBOesmaar, rnember of difiereot Medical Societies
Is New Tort, has located in the city of Menphls, and. of
ten his services ta the public as Physician, Accoucher,
and tor an operations in Sorgery.
Office, oa waUUBfton siree, oeiweeu jaam auu
DRS. MOORMAN & BROWN.
OITICEoa Adams street, in rear of Jones, Brown k.
Co., on Mate street. Dr. Moorman's rrsideuie on
ZcsmIs street, betweea Tanoe and Elliott streets.
WA. EDMONDS, M. D , (late of HopklnrvUle, Kj.)
Homeopathic and Hydropathic Physician, tenders
bts prefesjioBal services to the citizens of Memphis.
BeeMesee kadlson street, nezi to the Planing Mill.
Oaaoe Madison street, adjoining the Advocate office.
Borers to McCeabs &. Trice, J. Torlan Jc Son, W J.
Davie aad VT. E. Milton. mar22-6m
W. G. WEATHERFORD,
COUNSELOR AT LAW, and Beal Estate Agent. Nspo
Borer ta A. "Wright, Esq., and Col. R. O. Payne, Mem
phis; Jadge R. L Caruthers, Bupreme Court; . O.
Eastatan, E., Nashville; Major C A. Henry, Clarks
ville, TeM., aad Gea. T. B. Plouraoy, Desha ct., Alt.
CHAS. D. FONTAINE,
ATTOBNETAT LAW, Pontotoc, Miss., will attend
strictly taaH prefessloaal business which maybe
entrusted to him In any of the Courts of North Missis
.1. A. MOON.
ATIBRNET AT LAW, General Deflecting and Land
. Agaats, tar the Northern and Eastern Counties of
Arkaaias, Hi3 auk.
L,. O. RIVES,
ATTrfeNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
Teaa. OOes in the Pest Offloe BoHdiBg.
AHbasisesseBtmstedtohls carewnt receive prompt
tad (attfitai attention. (MlectieBS promptly made in the
sarrewsatag ceaaties of West Teanessee, Mississippi and
TR. SAMUEL GILBERT, SB,, has returned to his old
1 1 BOBwetosd sear Memphis, and reepeaea Ms inarm
rv. isd wfll remain rjermanentlr. He treats the follow.
iv- caraaie Diseases : Cancers. ScrofTala. Whl e Swrllisr,
Tamers aad Weas. without S urglcal operations. He also
treats aB CBracie Female diseases. Sores af longstanding.
Tetter, RaeamaUam, SyphiUs, and all forms of Mercurial
Dr. G. deems It aaaecesfary to ssy mere, as he has liv
er wHaeeees of his success from Maine to Oregon,
JAItlES M. MURPHY,
Grcnoral Xifi.Tici Lgont,
TTTILL attend persasafly to the locating of Swamp Land
VV Scrip aad Warrants la the Jackssaport and Helena
Dbtriote, seWsg Land and paying Taxes.
B Graham. Memphls.Tenn.; A. S. Huey. LHtle Bock;
B. C BriBksey, " MaJ T. MuH, Miss.;
w. sr. MA J. Norton h. Co.. N. O.;
p. Laae i Go , " J. Aw Bousseau, LaQraage,
H. P. OeasMce. Heieaa.: Tenn.;
Myrtia it Moore, ' W. E. Butts, Lawrencevllle,
Astra Polk. Pa t
O. W. Brd, Jatksenports Pool fc Watsonacksonpart
R. . PAYNE.
A TTOBNBT AT LAW. Memphis, Teuh. OfSca in the
J. Past OOce BaUdiag, JeOersoa street. msr21-dly
J. A. ANDERSON,
ATTQRNZT AT LAW, Memphis, Teaa. Otace In
Walker's BaHdlag, over Mansfield's Drug Store,
Mata street. JanlD-iy
DR. Wai. HEWITT
ttjILL practice medietae, oa the principle that there Is
W geed is alt systems, aad none ail sencteat. Office
oa Jenersou street, in the Post OOce Baridlag, second
dear fiata the Pest Office. Residence en the comer of
UerBaade and EWatt streets.
Oat. J. B. Stanton. N. Adams, Esa.., Haywnod leouirly.
Bev. P. B Biand, Dr. J. B. Madln, Fajettevcounty
B. Satserviae. Esq., F P. Mas! In, Esq.,Tiptea county,
J. L. Webb, J. B. Ashe, Memphis.
SMITH P. BANKHEAD,
TTORNEY AT LAW, Memphis, Tenn. Office In the
pest 025ea Bieck, ever AydieU Co., third story,
R. F. JLOONEY,
TTOBNET AT LAW. Office ever C. W. Cherry &
J Oo.'l- Jaaa-tf
I. n-ICCEBJHAM.... ..........ED. A. UEECIIEB.
WICK.ERSHAM & BEECHER,
A TTOBNETS AT LAW, Memphis, Tennessee. Office,
X So. 21 Jaffesen street. tvi-u
E, T. RICHAB4S03f..W. W. WHEATLLT.-M. A. IT OOS
Ricliardgon, Wheatley & Klusn,
A TTOBNETS AT LAW Office on the corner of Second
J. aad Gourt streeu, jiempnis, lenn. Q"-"-'J
s TTOTUtET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Memphis,
A. Teaa. Office, south side of Court Square, oae duos
weat of WaHaee's Auction House, up siatrs.
- a TTOBNET AT LAW. Oovlngten-Tenn. All buslne n
.entrusted to his care will receive prompt attentlcs
n nf. niTBOSE.
a TEOBNET AT .A.W. Memphis, Teaa. Oflos on east
A jjde 0f Main strast. between Jefferson and Adams.
Befer to F. Titus, HcEwen, Harris & McNeill, J. D
Wialama, W. B. MOer arx; jiues uwea, jiempuis, ima
atooa, Tliu fc Co., KewOrie&ss. Janl4-
City Auction Rooms, So. 29 Front Row
L. JOHNSON & CO.,
C. "W. HANNA and JOHN WINN, Salefmen.
WOOTJ) respectfully inforra the cltlrens of Memphis,
that Ihey have opened this dy, atXo. 29 Front Bow,
A GENERAL AUCTION DEPOT,
And are now prepared to offer unusual facilities to parties
having Merchandise, Heal Estate or Negroes to dispose f .
"We wili have dally salts at our store, and are ready to
attend sales In any part of the city and country ftr a Tery
We will effect sales at private sale on commlsilen lor
any description of real or personal property.
Te wfll keep a Register at our Salts Boom for Beat Es
tate tor Sale, Lease or Bent and Negroes for sa'.e or hire.
Advances in Cash made on any description of property.
WHOLESALE DEALER IS
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER FINDINGS,
arc 262 Ulain s'reet,
(rF-STAIRS, OVER LOCKE'S AUCTION BOOM,)
t, HAS Just received sixty cases siapie uoois ana
I wffl pay the highest cash prices for Hides, Sheep
skins, Furs, P ltry, Tallow. Beeswsi, &c. ap30-lra
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
BT late arrivals, we are la receipt of all kinds et Boots,
Shoes and Hits, that are new and desirable, making
one of the largest and b.st stocks of Cue custom-mads
work for retaH trade to be found la Memphis. Prices
win be low for Cash. Call and tee.
HICKS, TEBBTA ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main street,
sar25-dly Opposite Court Square, Memphis.
BOOTS, SHOES AM HATS.
OC11 strock In the wfiileeale department
S 1 1 Bow large and complete, to which we re-AH
f iLl tpectfnlly call the attention of Merchants ""Si
onlT. Those buying for cash, or satisfactory pa
per, at short dates. wUl find It to their Interest to give
us a call before making theirpurchases.
E3- Wholesale Rooms up stairs.
HICES.TEBBT it ANDERSON,
No. 245 Main street,
Opposite Ooort Siuare. Memphis
. s. a. WARD.
mOESIS & WARD,
OAin SCALZBt IX
Foroiga cs 3Do33a.oetlo
G O O MPS
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c,
JVO. 295 MAIN STREET,
(One door south of Monroe,)
lpS.3m . MEMPHISTKNN.
J. B0R0 -J
NO. 2nOWABD'S BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
iebSl-daily , .
Ho. 25 iIcdkOiitt., between Front Row and Afain,
WOULD reapectfuUy inform the merchants ef ifrm
phls and surroun Jng country, that he has perma
nently located Ms Agencyfcr the st'.eot all gradesof Tlr
glola Tobacco, and intends to keep constantly on hanla
turned frem the cities of Tlrglnla, where he esUhllshed
stock equal to the demand, at mnufacturers prices.
Betas felly aWe to compete with the New Tork, Balti.
more, CinctnBxU and New Orleans markets, he Invites
the attention of ull'dfaiers in the above article to, his
stock before purchasing elsewhere. ..
arai 4Cm " J. B. 8HABPE.
- rB MILTON McKNianT, late or Jew uneans, or
JVL become associated with us in4he Grocery and Corn-
mission Business csiiuk ioe uc jkui
the arm will hereafter lie GATES, WOOD &. McKNIGHT
Memphis, Feb. 10, 1SST: . GATES & -WOOD.
1. M. GATES .A. If-VOOD St. M'KKIOItT.
GATES, "WOOD & HcKNIQHT,
Grocers, v r o a u e e
NO. S UNION STREET, MEMPHU.
A GENTS Haiard Towdsr Compiny; Colliers' wnuc
J. Lead and Oil Company, St.
erpool Salt .
Louis ; for sale of Llv
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
HUBER & WINKELMANN,
Col Ml M-TM M $
Main-St., 3d Door Helow union,
ABE prepared to fill all oreers in me
nonse Carpentering and Furolture bust
ness with neatness anaonpaico.
P.enalrlnc and Tarnishing executed In
the best style.
We warrant all wo-k done in our shop,
Give us a call.
J. Ca JACOBS & CO.,
(No. 328 Mala, bet. Ualoa and Gayoso-sts.,)
Importers and Mannfactnrcrs ol
HAVANA & DOMESTIC
CONST ANTLT oa hind, a large assortment of the most
favorite brands, at moderate prices.
A. J. WALT & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
G M O JE M S ,
AXD DEALERS IX ALL XIKDS OF
UPPER COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Southeast Corner af Main and Union Sts.,
HAVE always on hand a well and carefully selected
stock af articles in their line, which they will sell at
the lowest current prices.
X3T Orders promptly ruiea wim unpawn.
J. V. JFUSgEIilL,
JOHN B. BOTTO,
BOOT AND SHOE
M AN IIFACTIj uE,
No. 66 Front Row,
SIGN OF THE BIG SOOT,
KEEPS constantly on hand, BOOTS and sfc-i
SHOES, of his own make, also of othtrUfJ-J
manufacturers. He keeps, also, Leatner, j'
.rot TTmwr. Calf Skins. French and
American Shoe Findings, Trunks, Carpet Bags andVa-
Mtes. all of which ho win sell as cheap as any la this
market. Give hun a call before purchaslag elsewhere.
I. L. SEASLET A. W.LOTIRO
BEASL.EY &. LOVING,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
C3- onoral 3-rooortS4
NO. 12 FBONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
ALABGE stock of Bope and Bagging always oa hand.
m,.nr..flttt cents per bale, all other Produce at
in.trnctlons strictly obeyed, end prompt
rmitance. All Produce Insured, unless otherwise In
T. J. DAT1DSOX...... J. B. ELLIS
.A. C. BLAIR
DAVIDSON, ELLIS & BLAIR,
COTTON FACTORS. GROCERS,
Receiving, Forwarding and denerai
Ho 21 Main Street, Eatt tide between Jefmon end
Aianu, MeaphU, Tenn.
OPE. Bacilns and Plantation iuppues always on
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
TTn. 2B Madison Street.
TmS Institution, having been organized under a charter
srranted by the General Assemldy of the State of Ten-
rjeseee. is now reaay xor uuiura..
eDFBlAN?Mi whlTE, AUG'ST M. FOUTH, Pro'.
n t pt tiks'. E. M. AVERT. Ccthicr.
By the charter, married womtn and children may de
. .ntn. m not less than 1 tier week,- subject only
to their control. Interest allowid on all deposlU for
raoro thaniour months, at-six per eent. per annum. Ex
ehinra onJ,'ew Xor and New Orleans. OcUtelloni tasde
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tan., 7th, 18M. lr
r.K.corrLAjiir; c w.idmokds e. w. caldwell
COPELAND, EDMONDS & CO ,
Dealers ta Pins
Store and Sen
m,s-tf no. u FRoyr row, memphi3.
t. FOWLSES S. C. M0UKT......T. J. rOWLKEI.
FOWjLKES, MOUNT & CO.,
COMMISSION MEB CHANTS,
rosr OFFICE BUILDING, JEFFERSON-St.,
tS r.r s n,r eesMeiu than any house la the city.
jj-Cotton in store plsced under lasursnco unless In
structed to the contrary. . . , .
S3- Cotton consigned to us on gord steam, Iceland
flatboats covered by our open policy of Insurance, unless
otherwise expressed In lace of B1U of Lading-.
S3-Orders for BAGGING, B0PB AND PLANTA
TION SUPPLIES solicited from our patrons.
Agents for the sale of the celebrated ' Premium Tsy
lar Cotton Ola," msnafactured by Clemoas, Brown fc
Co.. Columbus, Gtorgia. . .
We hav supplies of various sites in store, and will
take pleasure in showing them to thote in want of a
Gin. rianters would do well to call and examine thete
Gins before purchasing elsewhere.
We esteem them the best Gin we have ever seen In
qualities most desirable, viz: speed, light draught and
making a superior sample of Cotton.
myliem FOWLt-ES, MOUNT & CO
Jt D L. JTEWABT. WM. t. STEWART. M C. KIKO.
JA. W. una.
STEWART, KING & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
NO. 44 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN.
EEKLING profoundly grateful to our many kind friends
who, during our brief engsgement In the above busi
ness, have extended to us their liberal and geaereus pa
tronage, we now lake pleasure In offering to them and
the public geaf rally, a large assortmeat ef GROCERIES
of tt-ebest quality aad at the fiiret rat's that can be
had In the citr, cd with a dJtermlnatlon to give latli
fsctlon, we tender ta the pub.iconr services la the vari
ous duties Indicated In the above esrd; hoping by strict
adherence to the legitimate principles ef our- business to
merit a continuation of thst pslronage heretofore ollb
erally bestowed upon us. 8 , K. fc
- i-e. o. 0. BOONE, late of Loulsv.lle, Ky., has become
iVl associated with us la the Grocery and Commission
Buelneis, dstlng from the 1st Instant.
MASON, NORVEL.L. & BOONE,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
m No. 161 Main-St., Memphis, Tenn.
. BAGGING, Rope, Jeaas, Lloseys, an a general stock of
Plantation Supplies fonstactlyrjn hand. V-8
E. M. ArrERSO!t....C. DELOACn..DATID ADAMS
E. M. APPERSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
ASB DEALERS I
BA'GGING.BOPE, GROCERIES, &e.
JV50-65rilOATJlOIr', end 8 JEFTERS Otf-ST ,
W MEMPHIS, TENN.
PABTICULAR stteatloa paid to Storing, Shipping and
PRATT'S COTTON GINS.
WE are Agents for the sale of D. PRATT'S celebrated
COTIOS GINS which have been so favorably known for
the la.t number of years. Persons wishing to purchase
are requested to call and examine them. All Gins are
sold under a full guaranty.
mrl5-m E. M. APPERSON fc CO.
S3- Holly Springs, Miss., Times ; Gieneda, Miss., Be
pnWlcan; Panola, Miss.. Star; Huntsvllle, Ala., Advo
cate ; Tuscumbla, Ala., Enquirer; BrtwaivlUe, Tenn.,
Journal, copy six months, nd sendbl.ls ta this office.
A. ltt. HOPKINS & CO.,
( Sztccaion to FovtU a- Co.,)
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
epl7-ly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
I. WILDS VERKOS, I
D. C. WILLIAMS, (
J W. A. BRTAB,
J M. R. RRTAK,
Late cf LaG range, Tenn.
Late of Panola, miss.j
1WSGS, MIM & GO.
Cotton FactorB, Commission and
Xa. 6 Frent Row, over Meacham.t Galbralth's,
PARTICULAR alWntlon paid to Storing, Shipping sd
Selling Cotton. Charges 60 cents per bale.
S3" All cotton sent to as will be covered insurance,
unless otherwise Instructed. ntia .
WARDLAW nOVf ARD WSt. T. nOWARD.
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NO."4 HOWARD'S ROW, MlSAliJ.ril&,
DEALERS la Barging, Eope, Twine, sugar, wneo, ji
lasses. Bice, Flour, Lard, Eicon, Mackerel, Salt,
London Porter, Ale, Wine, Whisky, Vinegar, Guano,
Lime, Land-Fiastir, and Groceries generally. A good
stock now oa nana, ana icr
rs-Cash advances made on Cottons In store for sale or
shipment. All Cottons Insured unless oinerwise insirnci-
rinm Tnllrr of Tniurance covers all Cotton con
st rned to us bv water t also, the risk of Fire while In
store, unless otherwi" instructed. Our prices for storing
and selling uoiions, xue same u
years past fifty cents per bale. lalTM
B. REID & BRO.,
rn vnriCT ROW. MEMPHIS. TENN.
ALL Cotton sent to our address Insured, unless instruc
tions to the contrary are -received. Plantation
orders filled with care.
Store and Sell Cotttn at fifty
cents per bale.
T f. ATDLETT.
T. P. AYDIjETT & CO.,
SO. GRAYIER-ST., SEW ORbBlftS.
DOUGHERTY & ATDLETT,
NO 23 FBONT BOW, MEMPHIS,
tttILL make cash advances on all Oitloa or oiner i-ro-
V V due shipped to T. P. Aydlftt it Co., new uri-ans,
CUDDY, BROWN & 00.,
S6 OiMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
nASH advances made on all Cotton or other Produce
- i . uirvQnwnlf
No. 5 Monroe Street, let. Front "Row & Main,
PARTICULAR attention paid to sale and shipment of
Cotton and other Produce
Bagging, Bope and Plantation Supplies furnished it
lowest market prices.
T. II. NORMENT,
MOSBY &: HUNT'S NEW BLOCK,
Up Stairs, IT 1-2 Front Row,
A LARGE stock. of Bagging and Bope always on hand.
X. C. SXIDER,
New orltans, La.
WALKER & SNIDER,
Cotton Fact or s
No. 123 Canal Street,
JclylS-dawly NEW ORLEANS, LA.
aotora. "tXK.o Wotioo.
THE nn'Ierslgnea having leased the spsclous Cotton
iVnrrkmur. corner of Monroe and Third streets.
lately occupl'dby Messrs. Chapman & Co., are prepared
to Store Cotton, Whisky, Salt, Sugar and Msrcasndlse
generally, upon favoraoie.urms. -jeb3.m
" J. W.&. BUNNISJiOO.
ISAAC J-EVIIX A. 1. CCKSIHOJtAM.
NEVIJLI. & CUNNINGHAM,
DEALERS IN SLAVES,
No. 17 Mla Street, three doors North cf Adams.
t WE have thirty five likely Negroes for sale,
3 will keen consUatly oa hand a gold sup-
-Tt ply of likely Negroes, coBsl'tlng of nei, boys.i
-Art-.'j m.i. fi.id hands and house servants all,
rt which wiU buold on xeatoaable terms, and fully guar-
Wewlll alto Board and Sell Negroes, ou commission,
beins well provided for that business. ap2g-dawlr
PHILIPS & WHITE'S
No. 233 Main Street.
WB Invite attention to our large stock of Spring and
Summer Goods, which we are selling and intend to
sell Cheap rorcaao.
PHILIPS fc WHITE.
WALKER & BROTHERS,
No. 79 Front Kow,
MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING,
ASD WH0LEIALX DEALERS IJt
STAPLE AND FAN C x
Dry Goons, isoovs isiiwks,
... a s .t.aitt AvtTrtstnt
SprleVwd Summer Goods, to which thej -B Uhe
espectal itfntlon of Country Merchants and River Tra
ders. Our facilities are sucn as 10 wraipeic t-h j,
to undersell a good msay. neaa, ku
NELSON & NEWELL,
WIIBLESALX DEALERS IS
. . . w. w.wiw TTTtTf nirrr
OLD BOURBON AND KirJ nmaivi,
Domestic Liqnors and itecunea wm&ky,
MAIN STRhKT, ONB DOOR SOUTH Or UNION,
HVhlfVlpes'otard, fupuy fc Co., BrandlNj
5 " " nnet, uasiiuou jv.
g " Henersey,
10 " casks Pert Wins
8 " Mad "
4 " Old Shsrry Wins;
100 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky i
60 " " Bje "
100 Bectlfled "
100 cases Ginger Wins;
300,000 assorted Clears ;
T,..th.r with Urse and varied assortment of gsods
In our line, to which the altenUoa of the trade Is respect
fully solicited. spSO-dim
J.5P. PRESCOTT & CO ,
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Foot of Jefferson Street,
E also keep on hand COTTON SEED OIL, which we
ni, tn .n.wrr all nurooscs for which :Lard
to this effect,
Wo have certificates from competent Judges
u can sell It sit per cent chtaper than
.1 JL L,
EL & 1 JL
Spring and Summer
THE snbscrlber takes plessure In announcing to his
,.i.n. .mi thaticbllc renera 1. th.t ha has Just
openeo his large and carefully selected stock of hTAPLS
and FAMi uuuuo iu'm -
seasons, which are on sale low to cash or prompt paying
customers. For the ladies Eugenia, Margarette, Gren
adine, Organdy, Brsge aad Muslla Bobes; beautUul
nlsln aad f aacy Poult de Lol, Organdies, Lawns, Bersges,
Muslins, Ginghams and Prints; rtcn Lace, bust, ana
Embrsl erea Swiss jtanu, im
and Muslin Sleeves aad Collars ; Bugle, Glmpure, Thread
eadctber Laces; Fringes, Blbbous, Dress Trimmings,
Gloves, Hosiery, Skirts of all kinds, Ladles' Umbrellas
"a UrgeYo't'oIBeadj.Made aothlng, Cloths, Caslmeres,
Boots. Shoes, Jlats, Osnaburgs, bleached and brown
Sbli'tlngs and Sheetlnjs, Lltwns, Linen Drills, toiiou-
ades, ana in s wsra .Ttrj u4u -w ' ,
Country Merchants are offered great inducements.
Call and examine my stock. No charge for bowing
goods A. C. BLAIB,
ap9-lf rto- i Mtii nw , -.v.
Latest Arrivals 1 1
EE W GOODS.
WE are bow la receipt of a Urge portion of cur Beau
tiful aad magnificent Spring stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting in part of
GBENADINK3, . i
BE RAGE and ORGANDEB BOBES,
.LACES, of every variety,
TTomsiTE LACE SETTS and JiMBiio utiuia, oi
every description-all latest .tjdes.
JL generju ana camp c.o aswuuiw v.
4- puin md Finer Ctsiliaeret nd Ttatlu;,
of the most tpprored fJttemt Men nd Boys' Tarnish-
Uses, Carpet Bags, Carpeting and Matting: and in addi-
. . . M-tt Vm.S In An Unas- sill syrtlrTFI
ticn, an anicirs nuaiij .p. iu v. v.
we propose selling very low for cash. . .
Give us a call, ana wo iit
rood Goods,-aad at tao lowemmaraci prit.
POPE fc BROS.
In thehome occupied formerly by Mrs Thompton:
HA3 Just rsturred with the finest and best
stock of f enta' ana uaies- cuuia ana aavno,
wh.ch, being selected etpressly for this market,
'h. w,rr.nt for aaraDiiiir ana isie suic.
i th ..t,- ttmn. he te- ders his thanks to his old pi
trons for past favors, and hopes for a liberal patronage in
the new stsnd Just removed to, where he will be always
ready to attend to any work la his line at the earliest no
tice. Aneariycauis isiKiicu. , .,,-
apo-Sra , J"-"'
-Bulletin p'.ease copy -
A. YACCARO & CO.,
Foreign and Domestic Lituors:
Wines, CItjars, Fruits, &c,
NO. 293 MAIN-ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHANDLER & CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
ifa.fi lfff, next door to Odd FeUoaf Hall,
T-VF7 A T.TTrg - ti XJNT
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
. rrr. . wi r. i t o D.V.l Tn.tmm.ntl. PaUCV UOOOS.
Palais, Oils, Window Glass, Pateat and Botanic
Medicines, Garden Seeds, Snuff, Tobacco aad Cigars,
Brandies and wines. .. , .
rr Every article seta ny us warra-ii m 11",
. . . . . . -w.. InlvA-lv
SUSjeCX XO OO ICtUIi.ru uu. gtira.ro. -.
v. snPATnETT .....s. B. -uni..
L THOKPSON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO X. R. RACIXE,)
IMPORTERS AND DEAJLERS
Fine Brandies, Wines,
AXK TItB riSEST QUALITT OP
JEFFERSON STREET, (Breatbett fc Btoner 's Building,)
Betweea Mala aad Second.
TUST BECEIVED Brandies, Henry Mounie fc Co., 1B10J
I t. ...it, .(C . mA J .mAnHa 1ft-0;
aj uia LiaBluiou, laiu. v --"-,
Old Bochell, anl dlfierentbrandings.
Wines, Champagneand Claret;
Old South side Maderia, Topax Sherry;
Chsmpague, Fleur de Bougy, Criam do;
Crerceat, Olivier, 01 Champertla Bergundy ;
Old Vleux Caps Sparkling Bergundy ;
ru.rxti. rthat-nx Marceanx. Latour Glass Stopporl
LaOte, St. Estphe, and ether brands, too numertmt
Scotch Ale, London Porter ;
lf.n-r llnwHfl. fce.. fcC. fctiidSr
Jf- Holly Springs Democrat copy threer moaths, and
send am to mis omco ior courtuou.
A. STREET & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
RAILROAD CARS, CAETS,
Toplar, between Main and Second Streets,
asglS MEMPHIS, TENN.
Laths and Shingles.
E0GERT& WITT sre still making Laths, and area!
wavs orenared te supply the public with the best XT-
tide it reduced crtces. They are also making Shingles,
and will keep s supply constantly oa hand. Mill oa Wolf
river, above the Bayeu. Julf 18; 'M-ly
iOIUf E. IITPE ALEX. MACACLAY.
- JOHN E. HYDE & CO...
Cofflmlsslpa & Forwarding Merchants.
AOE.VT T9K T11E
Memphis and cw Orleans Packet Line,
Cox, Brni n nycl cfa Oo.Ts
Through l,ine f New Orleans,
MOBILE AND ALABAMA RIVER PACKETS,
No. 66 Poydras Street,
SEW OHLEASS, LA.
PARTICULAR and jerwrnl attention given to the For
warding of Goods.
Rtftrencu Messrs. McCombs fc Trice, Hancock,
Clsrkfc Co., Layallet, Shirley fc Co., J.J. Murphy,
Esq., Chas Potter. Capt. O. B. Church, J. J. Bawling,
Memphis, Tenn. myl(-6m
W. S. LA WTO. t, .....C. 21. BREAKER,
Fromcrly of LawtonTille, S. 0 Of Cbariestoa, 3. 0.
LAVTON & CO.,
Upland and Sea Island
COTTON AND RICE FACTORS,
'orwarding & Commission Merchants,
NO. X EAST BAF AND BOTCE & CO.'S WHaBF,
C1IAULESTO.V, SC. " - -
WILL sell Cotttn, Bice, Flour, Wheat, Cera, Naval
n&vlag sn experience et twenty five years la business,
we gnsraulee satlslsctlon to all who pstronlte us.
Prompt,' personal attention given to the forwarding
REFERENCES IXoa. K. V. Trevllie, Ex-ueni. oov.;
II. Shepherd. Esq , of the firm of Shepherd & Mc-
Crfsry; Jas. Tapper, Esq., Master in Equity; Hon. W.
J. Gray on, Ex-Collcctor aad Ex-M C, Charleston, S.
C Bev. H D. Duncan, Gea. L. M Ayr, Bsrawell, S.
O. Gov. C. J MtDonald, Judge T. Stock?, Georgia. E.
G. Jaudon, Esq., Dr. B. G. Mays, Florida. Joseph
Rjmsey, Eq., Tenn. W J- Divw, Memphis, Tsan.
C. N. AVERILL,
eceiTinff, ' Forwarding and Commission
A' GE T'it
(successor to t. stxshouse & to.,)
NO. HATNE STBEET,. CHABLESTON, S. 0.
X) EFKRENCES Joha OsMwell, President S. O. B. B.f
I, Columbia. S G.f Col. J. A. WbKeasdes, aud H. Wi
Masscocale, Chattanooga, Tenn; G r.;w. Willises &
Co, Charleston, 8 0 Chis. N. Andersoo, Gtaeral
Ageat,Nhvllle, Term.; Wm. Tailor St. Co., Montgom
Partlculir attention given 10 me snLjt.n oi
FPJIIGnrS, and forlost'and dama.-ed Goods by vessels.
apii my - ;
SAM' Ii MATTHEWS & SOS,
General Jgev.lt to Buy, Sell and Locate Land
PArillL(Uu&i aurauou is btpviivu v
COTTON PLANTATIONS rm the Internal Im
proremcDi sou umuisan uvut ou3 it
Several rears exDericnee enables them to glvesatlsf so-
tlea. Terms easy, ,
Address Plestant Meant,-Panola county, MUs."
OUISVILLtf ?APER MILL
C. I. & A. V. DuPONT,
NEWS AND BOOK PRINTING TAPER,
AND DEALERS IN
PAPEES OP Alils BUNDS,
4T7 Main-Street, Louisville, Ky.
. riTZOEBALD...CHAS. C. RILL..J. WOODWORTH.
H. FITZGERALD CO.,
(Succtuort to Park, Simpton 1r.Co.,)
Grocers, Produce Bealers3
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
No. 82 Front Bow, Memphis,
C. r. M. XOLAND.
.A. S. HUE.
NOIiAN & CO.,
JLITT-LE HO CIt, ARK".
REFEBTO J.Knox Wslker, Miles Owen and Capt.
Charley Church. ieb7-tf
Kews,na.uircr ana lowixes- x-xprcii oopy;iw
NOS. 63 AND 65 LOCUST STREET,
0a.i3t.-t Xioulw, 2VEo.
J.J. Murphy, Memphis; Cook fc Co., Memphis;
Barnett fc Walttr, " awiu uoyer, "
Charles Pottei, " frt0-6m
BRADY & 3DAV1ES,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Main Street, IouiSTiile,
". TANUFACTUBER'S Agents for Machine Bope.Big
1VJL glng, Jeans, Llnseys, fce. Jin23-ly
A. O. SMITH. ...B. r. GUTHRIE. ...GEO. J. ROWLAXU.
SMI'IU, GUTilRIE -i CO.,
-DEALERS IX .
foreign and Domestic Liquors,
AXD AOEXTS TOR THE SALE Or
Virginia and Kentucky .Tobacco,
Ho. fltvi MalnStreeVbetween Second and Third,
JaalS-ly LOUISTILLB, KT.
CM. nARVET R. B. KAR7ET
C. M. HARVEY & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
NO. 120 GBATIER-ST., NEW ORLEANS.
OUR personal attention
will be given to the Sale or
rorwaraing oi uooas or
.Reproduce consign to our1
V address. We will contract Freight oathe
above for re-shlpmeat either by saU or steam vessels, at
lowest rates. ,
We have had several years' experlenea In our market
In the nurchaslng of Stsnles and assorted Merchandise.
Refer to Coot fc Co., j. . (iriinng a. cro , apeea
fcstnnee. Hannah fc Shanks. . dec!2-ly
P. H. HEINRIGH&BRO.,
TVTATTvr JS C-E?E-tT,
WHOLESALE and retsil dealers in Fancy and Plain
Cansles, Cakes. Fiults, Preserves, Jellies, etcs We
nave mica up our nnt
ICE CREAJVI SALOON.
ana are now reaay to rsrve ins cooiing luxuries to an toai
give us a calL myiz-d.m
OPENING OF THE MAMMOTH
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Odd Fellows' Hall.
T - ROCCO tikes plessure In announcing to his patrons
I j m and the public la grn-nl thst he has at a great
expense procured the above p'ac, acd is now ready to
serve the cooling luxuries lor vtaicn every oouy snows ne is
famous. To add to the. entertainment of the public he
has engaged the celebrated Mechanics' Brass Band.
ICE CREAM SAL00I!
BEGS leave to Inform tho Ladles and Gentkmsn of
Memphis and Its vicinity that he has Bow opened
hlsnewlrfl ted up ICE CREAM SALOON, in his new
brick bonding on Madison street, wherehe wHl be pleesed
to see bis o:d easterners, and the public in general.
S-J Always on hand, every variety of Confectioneries,
He will also furnish Wedding Parties- and Balls at the
snortesi notice. jua-u-u iri.i;ui,
WORSIIAM HOUSE CONFECTIOXERr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Plain and Fancy Candies,
Adams Street, under tne Wor
EEEPS constantly oa hand a large assortment of Green
and Drv Fruits. Fruits la their iwn Juice. Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Pickles, Cordials, Syrups, one wines, uran-tes, su
kinds Nuts. fce.
In connection with this establishment, I have fitted up
ICE CREAM SALOON,
For th aecommodatloa of citlieas and the visiting public.
m)8-dtll6nov S. P. BRIGHETTO,
D. PANTE & CO.,
Lard. Oil, Soap and Candle
141. Main street. Memnliis. Tenn
fTlHE highest market prices paid for rough and rendered
auow;ara ana ooap ureas-. uut .7
Room and Accommodation
FOR FIVE HUNDRED STRANGERS AT THE
.BAZAAR OF FASHION!
NO. 223MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
THAT Is to say, room la our Store aad Show Rooms
up stairs for five hundred strangers, whom we caa
accommodate with the finest and most fsshlenable Boa
nets and Mantillas ; rich Silks and Fancy Dress Goods ;
Embroideries, Bibboos, Trimmings, and all other fine
Fancy Goods which ar usually kept In the most rashlon
able esUbllihmcats, which ws -mill dispose cf at very
moderate prices. Fersoas visiting Memphis at this la
tertstlng time, will please give us a call.
P30 E, BABIND3 i CO
PER EXPRESS, five hundred EON NETS, amocgwhich
theNeapoUtans and sne Straw Eagenlas; French
Chip Banets ; Neapolitan, Engliih and Swiss Straw
Also, one hundred Sbak.-r Hoods, an of which we will
sU low. B. BAEINDS fc CO.,
P30 No. 223 Main street.
OF five hundred new style MANTILLAS, eompcslng
every variety from the cheapest to the most splendid
brought on, which we will sell at a very small advance on
cost. B. BARIND3 & CO.,
PW 2-3 Mata street.
OUR stock Is now complete, and comprises an extensive
.aH.t. -, OttV T, V . I . . .
- .j w oij .owe, uiK.uuir., urtnsaines aaa
Barege Bobes, cf the richest and latest styles. We call
,.-..w-i iuiwu m, mil utiiur,. a. luey were se
lected'with great care, and having a Urge stock onhiad,
we will close them out at very low prices.
E. BABINDS & CO.,
P30 . 223 Mala street.
At the Bassar af Fashloa.
I. BABINDS fc CO.,
233 Mala street.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
At No. 8 Court Street,
BETWEEN MAIN STBEET AND FBONT BOW.
HAS Just returat with her stock of Spring and Scm
tSer Millinery, and will open oa FBIDAT, the 27th
instant, co.slsting in part of
Fine French Plovers ;
Fla- French Wreaths ;
Ladles' aad Misses' Bonsetsi
Ribbons, Dress Hats;
Lace aad Edgings ;
' Head Dresses,
And a grneial assortment of MiUlusry Goods. The la
dles of Memphis and vicinity are rispertfnlly Invited to
call and examine for themselves.
mat-5-tf - n. CARTER.
jm w g a oi s:
EiTSPORIOUI OF FASHIOLY,
299 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
WB are receiving and opening, far the
Inspection of he ladles, one of the most
lasDioosD e siocts or Freacn Milllnerr aad
fancy Dry Goods ever brought to this city. Also, a very
select assortmentof Dress Goods, SUks, Breges, Chil
lies, Organdies. Grandees, Tissue Robes, p'ln and dotted
M oillsi, fcc. We call particular attenttaa to our
Consisting of all styles of French Bonnets, Leghorn, Eng
lish Straw, Nopolltaa Engenles aadrGipites, Flowers
aad Kltrboas. Five thouiand dollsrs worth of fine French
Embroideries. Talenclnes, Glmpare; Honl'on, Polat Lass
setts, ChantUly Lace,
Eiiiliroidered Silk mantillas,
Lace Buqulnts, Dress Trtmmlags f alTstyles ; Parasols,
Fans, Glmputc Laces, fce.
Also, at the Emporium of Fashion, Dress anct-fantllla
Maklagd.ee, guarantying satisfaction as to style aad
Mounting goods a'wsys oa hand, and orders promptly
attended to. The ladies are most respectfully Invited to
caJrand examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
N. STII.LMAN fc CO..
apl2 239 Main street, Memphis, Tsnn.
THE subscriber would respectfully an.
aounce to the ladles of Memphis tad sur
rounding country, that he Is now opening a
complete fresh stock of PARIS MILLINERT,
FANCT DRT GOODS, LACES, EMBROID
ERIES ard a general assortmeat of LADIES
FANCT GOODS, wblch he is prepared to sell at the
very lowest prices for cash.
Ai; kinds of MILLINERT made toorder attbesbortest
No. "CO Mala street, third door above Lebmaa's Dry
GooJs Jlouie. marw
TO THE LADIES ASD GENTLEMEN OF
i-x e -cva: : x js .
JAMES MILLSON, ftnnerly of Cincla-
r 1 1 r.VI wnnM rs wt- fill n'.a-nra tft
til. rlflTi a .f VmnVli that h. h. ftMrwl1
BLEACHING aad PRESSING EstaMlsbmeal oa Uatcn
street, aear D.Soto, where Bonnets, Plats, Gipsey and
Gents' Hsts will be don in the best style for thote who
favor him with their patronsge Also, Bonnets dyed aad
pressed for 'tores, at low prices.
riease give aim a can, ea eaten eireei, orir jmo.
IPIauiafion inplif5f (Etc
B. HAXC0C-....R. a.Cr.RK....OEO W. TROTTER.
Late Williamson fc LateAydlettfc Lata, of Somervllle.
HANCOCK, CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BAGGING, HOPE, BACON, LABD,
a n tCix3.c3.at of 3rocluoo,
NO. 16 FRONT BOW, MEMPHIS, TENN. .
inf. BBLS. and halt bbls. Harris' XX Ale ;
JL U U 60 casks quarts aad pints London Porter;
100 don Hostellers Biemicn uiuers ;
150 bbis. Dexters aad Fiickens Whisky;
100 bbls. Harrison's Ohio Flour ;
23 casks Bacon Sides, Hims, ltd SbouMsrs;
.60 bbls. Msckcrel, 60 kits Mickerel;
1.5 dtrtn Cove Oysters;
50 gross Garrett's Sniff, botUes ied papers
ISO boxes Star Candles, SO duitn Brooms ;
50 colls MinUla Bope, all s lies ; 1
76 boxes Virginia Tebaccau
25 box's Soda Crackers, 25 bbis. PIc-NIc Crackers;
60 boxes Lemon Syrup. 23 boxes Smoking Tobacco J
25 boxes Pie F'Ult, 25 boxes Stsrch; ' .
. 60 boxes Pickles, 25 boxes Catsup
ALSO. Sugar. Coffee Molasses, Tea, Oranges, Lemons,
Figs, Rii.in-, Almonds, Pecios, English Walnut:, Fil
berts, Sardines, fce. For sale by
ap36 J,r, j KAN sL. Jo. 30 front itow.
1UN f BAGS Rio Coffee, jost received and for sale low
1 1 J U to tho ti ade by
ap!5 No. 33 Front Row.
ET HHDS. Sugar, Just received and for sale low to
AtJ the trade, by
DOUGHERTY fc ATDLETT,
gp!5 No. 23 Front Bow.
nc BOXES assorted Pickles;
C O 25 bcxes fine old O. Braady ;
25 boxes Table SUt ; Jast received and ror sue low
to the trade by DOUGHEBTT fc ATDLETT,
apis io- S3 front raw.
S. B. WMi-LIAJISOM,
(Succettor to WUlianton 4" Hancock,)
FINE WINES, BRANDIES,
Havana Cigars &c.
NO. 19 FBONT BOW, MEMPHIS.
Eeceived this Day,
EC f BBLS Mess Pox !
60 kegs No, 1 Leaf Lard J
25 tierces Sugar-Cure4 Earns J
SO kegs Shot, assorted sixes J
100 tils Whisky.
An of which we will sen cheap for cash at Nt,
Front ow , Memphis.
JUlyl p. n. w 11. lil ftaoun.
f-nREsubscriberskeeD on hand the following articles,
JL which they warrant to bo ot first quality, and tor
sale low for cash;
Wheat Faas aaa Thresbers ;
E. Carver & Oo.'s Improved Cotton Olas ;
Whgoas, Northern and Southern maauf acturej
Bacon, hog-rouad ;
Flour, Salt. Whisky aad Tobacco ;
Sugar, Coffee, Teas and Molasses j
Candles, Powder, Shot aad Lead
Brandies anc? Wines, superior article J
Lime, Cement aaa Piaster Paris
Together with a grneral assortment of an artistes usu
ally kept la aG roccry store.
GWTNNB & GIBSON,
Julr Ns. 1 aad 2 Exchange Building.
SOME FORTY OR FIFTY ACCLI'
MATED COTTON NEGROES
FROM the State ot Georgia, consisting ef
raea, women, boys and girls. Among them
are lime very likely families. In a few
days weclntend to concentrate our purchases
from Xeatuckjr'aad Vlrgtali to this polat, and lire the
buyers of this 'country an opportunity of lnristlng their
money In good Negroes. Give us a call before miking
mar22-3m BOLTON, DICCINS fc CO,
P. M'ALEXAXDER ..
.J. T. CHIDES TER.
'ALEXANDER & CO.'S
AAV7NG pnrchssed the Omnibus Line for
merly owned by F etctrfr fc Keek, w are open
'for the Spring buslnes. The members cf
Lour firm art all known to ths dtliens ef the
Bluff City and th. surrounding eouatr y.
From our experience la public business we feel confi
dent that we are qualified to carry out the enterprise la
which we eat ae. Give us atrial; we will endeavor to
Wo shall have new omalbases, fine teams, careful,
steady drivers and accomnodatiag age-its.
T Oflce at the General Railroad. Stare led nnlhui
Ag.0-7, tt the Worshaza House, where tickets may te
procured at all times.
m,6-3m , MCALEXANDER fc CO.
SIXTY MILES THE SHORTEST
Mississippi and Tennessee
Grenada and Intt rmciliatp Points.
J. P. McALESANDEK & CO.'S
DAILT LINE OF
POUB HOBSE POST COACHES,
FROM Memphis to Grenada, ta cocnectloa with the
Mississippi and Teaaesiee Ballro. 1. a distance of ene
hundred and five miles fifty miles railroad, and bat one
change or biggsge. Time through, thirteen hoars.
NewCcach's, fine teams aad carefal drivers, aad time
aad money saved no mistake.
X3T For Ticket., aad all des red icfrmatlon. apply to
our agent, at the General Bailrosd, Stage and tlmalbus
Oflce, at the Worshsm House.
my6-3Bl J. P McALEXANDER fc CO.
ASIIINGTO,, ARK., TEXAS. &G.
STAGE leaves Caster's Landing, Ark., (Mississippi
river.) MONDATd. WEDNESDATS. aad KB1DATS.
at 6 a sr., and arrives ta Washington In firtr hours
Fare $13. Washington passenges hav the preference
of seat Passing through Miniicello, Warren, Hamp-
toa and Csmdea. connecting at Camdea wl-h Stage lines
toBMarado and lo HotSpilngs tia Prlaoeloa, Tulip and
Coauectlcg at Washington with liaes to Qirksville,
Texas, Sbreveport. Louisiana, and Utile Bock, Ark.
The road through the Mississippi bottom is greatly" Im
proved, and meaty has been spprepriated from the In
ternal improvement ana outer rands wnica guaranties
that It will be made equal to any olaer portion of the road
this summer. BMOAN fc CO , Proprietors.
BELDIXO &STOXE. Agents,
apI9-datwlm Gaiter's Landing.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM MEM
PHIS TO ATLANTIC CITIES.
n n55sq c
liy Wailroail l'rom Cairo 1
To Chicago Direct in Sixteen Heart, without Break
of Guegt or Change of Cart or Baggagt.
BRANCH FROM CENTRA LI A 13 NOW FINISHED,
Thus shorteumg the time to sixteeL, huurs to Chicago.
AT Chicago, connecting with Michigan Central Cars
. leaving the same Depot, for Detroit, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Albany, New Tork, Boston, aad all Eastern
acd Atlantic Cities. Only two change of Cars from
Cairo to Niagara, and three f rota Cairo to Albany, and
four from Cairo to New Tork. Time from Cairo to New
Tcrk, forty-nine hours. Fare as low, aad comfort great
er, than by aay ether route. Passengers through are
XST subjected to the delays consequent to the frequent
chaages by short liaes of Ballroads through Indiana aad
Ohio, to the East and North.
Also, concecucg at Chicago-with Michigan Southern
Trains, far Cleveland, Duakirk,aad the East, with Lake
bnore iiaiiroaa ana steamers ior Jtaetue, Jtuwaak-e,
Sheboygan, fce, and with a splendid Line oi First Class
SUamers for Saclt St Marie, Lax ft Superior, Colling
"rams leave Cairo Every Morning and XTcninc as f ol-
16:05 a. Chicago and Su-leith Xxpresi, Sundays
This Train connects at Chicago wlth'New Tork light
ning Express, over Michigan Central, Great Western aad
New Tork Central Bill roads, through in thirty-one hours.
This Train also cuaaects at Saadovat with Olio aad
Mississippi Bailroad lr St. Louis aad Tlacennes; at
Paaa, with Tralas ct the Terra Haute. Alton and St.
Louis Railroad, far Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincin
nati; at Decatur, with Mala Line Express far Galena
Dualeith; the latter coacectlag with Trains to Spring
field, Naples, Rock Isload, Barlingtoa aad Qnlacy.
6:10 r . a.. New Tork Expires, Saturdays excepted.
Stopping only At Important Stations, except oa Slgaal,
connecting with Main Line Day Express from Decatur to
Daniel tn, aaa arriving at Chicago at z r. M.
Faassngers for the Upper Mis .Uiippt, will find at Dua-leith'tm-r.
or ice cith aad -Uiunesota P-v
Company, read? to leave oa the arrival of either Cairo
Train for Le Crosse, Redwing, St. Paul, fce Passeagert
for Janesville, aad Central and Eastern Wisconsin, con
nect it Frteport with Trains to Belolt and JanesvtUe, aad
from thence to Madisoa aad Central aad Eastern Wls
consia. The Maps aad Charts Indicating the Great Central
Route to the North aad East are aa exact transcript of
Cotton's Map of the Unite State, and passengers are
requested to examine this route as welt as the running
time cards of the connecting Roads, aad Judge for them
selve as to the correctness of the above statements. The
openlngof the Illinois Central Eiiiroid from Cairo to
Chicago, and thas forming a speedy aad direct mesas of
communication betweea the Upper Lakes and Rivers, and
the Lower Mississippi, afford, to the pleasure traveler,
a. well as the business man, attractions and facilities
for reaching the North and East, which surpass those of
any other rode whatever. The accommodations fur
nished by the Company for the convenience of the trav
ellng'poMlc, the permanency of the road and structure,
the strength and elegaace of the Engines and Cars, com
mend themselves to those who aesire la traveling rpeet,
comfort and isefy. State-room, secured oa all picket.;
TICKETS GOOD FOB ONE TEAR, with tho privlleg.
ef laying ove?at aay polat, caa be had at Memphis,
No. IS JeSerson street.
WILLIAM MORIN, Ageat,
JnnS-lv Memphis. T an
j. Trcx.za - i. zxwix.
AUD LUMBER. YABD,
I Overton ttrett, near the Hesiphit and Ohio Depot,
frrgxr ror sue ana msxe to oraer uoon, annas, tusa,
rjt,Mantles, Frames, Mouldings ana everything in that
Une, ot the oest materisis ana worxmsnsmp. mty are
also preparea,to no su xtnas si sawing ana riantug iat
the trade, and to erect buBdlngs ot every d.scrlption; to
shelve aad fit up stores, and other Jobbing.
Having procured sultable-machlarry they will roon be
enabled to miaufactare PACKING BOXES ot iH kinds,
cheaper and better thaa ever before sude la the city.
Shingles White Pine ana other Lumeerior sue, aressea
J3f" Orders from the country promptly attended to.
c. B. MOOSE.
STAR PLANING MILL,
Door, Sash and Blind Mannfactorj,
SECOND STREET, SOUTH OF UNION,
FLOORING, Weatherboards, Doors, Sssh, Blinds, Doer
and Window Frames and Caslags, Mantles, Mould
Ings, Comlcw. Celling, Lattl Work, Basebosrds, Turn
ing, Scroll Work. Shelving, Boxrs, 4c, and every di-
scriptleaof Building Material, dressed snd undressed,
alcsys on hand and made to ordr.
SUUK, llAUtlJSAU -c tu.
N. B. The highest cash price paid for all klndof
TnE undersigned have opened a Carriage Factory en
Second street, betweea Washington and Adams
streets, where ther are prepared to Manufacture and Be-
pair Carriages at the shortest notice. All work done by
them will be guarantied, and s share ot public patronage
Jin3-ly L. S. BURR fc CO.
!. M. VISWELL & CO.
THIS exttx-lve establishment continues
at the old stand on Unle- sir.., betieoa
Main and Second, where maybe found a
very fin assortmeat of Cirriices, Bug
gies Eockiwayi. fce, of thlr own mianf actnre. T$ey
take this method ot returning thinks tor past favors.
Hid Invite those wishing to buy to examine their stock
before purchasing elsewhere. ap!7 ly
J & A. "WOODRUFF,
Uos. 3 & 4 Exchange Braidings,
CONSTANTLT oa hand a large sssort-
meat of CARRIAGES, from the belt
manufactories, la the United States.
Carriages built to order acd work fully
guarantied. AM kinds of Repairing done with neatness
and dispatch by
sp3D 6m J. A.-WOODKUFF.
C. 0. MAYD WELL'S
HAS REMOVED TO
Adams Street, "bet. Mate and 2d,
tttHERE can be found all description of Grave Work,
V T whlcti win ue rurnisned as cheap as it can he got
la any market West. Also, Bonding Work done it short
It Is to the interest of ill persons wanting such work to
purchase from the yards at Memphis instead of purchas
lag from Agents, as the Mann! actors have to add the
twenty per cent, thst Is paid Agents to the work sold by
them. Southerners, look to your interest.
dsct-twSta O. G. MAYD WELL.
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
THROUGH TICKETS FARE UEBUCED
TO GRENADA V
TO OARROl LT0N 9
TO BLACK HAWS. -.. 10 80.
TO LEXINGTON 12 00.
TO CANTON 13 M.
Memphis and Charleston and
Mississippi Central Railroads,
CONNECTING south of Hoily Springs, at the Talla
hatchie river, with the DAILT SOUTHEBN MAIL
LINE to New Orleaaa, via Jackson, Mls., th-ctrapet,
mwtplei.int and quickest route to the above-naaud
Jait staging snd the best road. The cars wiU soon bo
at Oxford, still sberte. isg this r.ute.
Travelers will look to tbeir comfort aad pockets. A
word to the wise is suScieat.
S3 For Tickets or information apply to SIM3 fc CO. 3
Agents, at the Railroad, Si gs and Omnibus Ticket )f
fice. Commercial Hotel. aayl3-i!:f
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL AND TEN
OPEN from Junction with M-mphis and CharWtcr
Railroad to Meoen, 16 H mllee North ot BoUvar, sat.
eleven miles Sntb of Jscksoa. Tean.-
PASSENGsB AND MAIL TRAIN leaves G'asd Jine
tloadailyatlO a. u , or on arrival of morning mall
train from Memphis, esnacctiat at Medoa wlthWyir's
Une of Coaohes for Ni-hTlH. i Jackson aad Hantiiig
ton, aad by way of Lexlng toa, a If ton, Wayneebora'.
Mouat Pleasant, and from ipriag Hill hy tbeTeaasssoo
sad AUb&a Bailroad.
Eeturajig, leaves Medoa at l:a r. M, eonaeotiagat
Grand Juactioa with evening mall tralalnto Mtms.
arriving at 7:$
15 B. P. N'SBLT Sap't.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
Wow Opon to 3Sit-cli.
-wo Daily Trains each "Way,
(SUNDATS EXCEPTED )
FROM sad sfter WBDNESDAT. March U IKM tha
MAIL TRAIN Lives Memphis daily, (Su-days'ei-cepted)at7:l5
A. St., arriving t lardls at 19-01 a c
Returning leaves Sardls at 10:33 x. It , ao "arrivw it
Memphis at 1M r. it
This Train connects at Sartfis with Messrs. J T ii.Al
exaoder fc Co.' Ditly Llae of first eli Pst Ceschss fr
PaaoU, Graada, Cistoo, Jictwa aad Ticksb-rx
The ACCOMMODATION Ami FREIGHT TRAIN lva
Sardle at 330 A.M., arming at Memphis at 1B.18 j.
.t M : Z1"'"" "rtv,
Passenger are requested t parcksss tickets before
eatertsg the cars, aad save pa, mast ef txtra fare
Baggage checked to all stitioas ea tke JUHread, and no
baggage will be rtceivtd withaat being rttcksd Each
passenger wilt be allowed 110 pesacs ef biggsgv by Kail
road, aad 69 pounds by state but ao srtlwt Vi car
ried as baggage that is a.t laeident to the person tt the
la case of loss, the Cerapary wtnhetl ttnetetreare
spco.lble for aa asount not exceeding $M.
E3-Ne groee, whea traveling a)e, mist have a p-rmte
naming the p. tat to which they are t. go, aad spectfylac
that they are to travel by Battread, or they wm met?
B. M. PATRICK.
2T . . S-periateadsat.
EJ-Eagla and Eaaulrer, Moralag Express, H-rmando
papers, Grenada pspers, and the Missis stppian, at Jack
son. copy, aad discontinue termer adverttstme-.ts.
EAST AND NORTH.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
H ? I Ij H O .2 jB
RAILROAD connect Ion. direct from MEMPBIA to
New Tork. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Waa:inroa
Cny Bichmoud, Charleston, and Savaanah
THROUGH TICT3 soM to Ue Uowlag polxta
Nashville, Chattaaoegs, Augusts, Charleston, Wi,mlar
ton. Atliata. Moatgsaerr. Colaains. Oi v.r-n ..vi
TUROUGIX TO NASHVILLE IJf 2S HOURS-.
Through TKket 0.ee at the Cemmerdil Hot-1 v.-..
phu, Teaa., P. M. PATTERSON, Agent.
TKXtts always good.
Fare as low as y aay other flrst-dsss route.
H?Zf4T-fr! rALl. aewToute Is Bow epeaed'to EAST
EN and ATL-Cfr-xv -- -M , .v7i,v
and safety direct and expeditious, with connections suie
Passicg though slave territory, perfect security lsefiertd
for the conveyance of servsnts.
Fr FBEIGHT from New Terk. aad ether Eastern mil..
by s earners to Charleston or Sivinnah, and raHway di
rect to uempnis. Tae ititnlloo of Southern and We. tern
Merchants is sa led to this route, being as cheap, aad
more expeditious, thin aay other
The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANT Is now In coacee
tloa with this line.
The THBOCTGH MAILTBAIN leaves Memnhl.DiiT.
at 6:30 o'clock A. St., connecting with Eistwird and
Westward trains en the Nashville aad Chattanooga Bait
road, at Stevtnson, same day.
A1m connects at Grand Junctionwith the Mississippi
Central Bailroad to Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Can
ton. Jackson, fce, fce.
Also connects at tirarm Junction Station with Tennes
see Central Bailroad to Bolivar, aad Jackson.
Also connects at Pocahontas witll Tri-Weeklv T in. -f
Coaches to Ripley, Pontotoc, ASerdeea and Columbus.
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Merai.hl
DAILT (except Sundays) at 2:45 r. si., for Janet toe with
the Mississippi central aad Teontssee Central Bahroads
Somerville aad latermedlats Stations. "
Baggage checked to alt stations oa the B-llmid. and
no Bsggige will be received without being checked.
Each passenger wHl be allowed seventy-five pounds ot
baggage by Bailroad, and sixty pouads by Siege; but no
article wiu De camea as oaggige mat is not Incident to
the person ot the passengir. In case of lass ths bn.
paay will hold themselves responsible far aa amoaat cot
Passengers are requested to purchase Tickets before sa
terlag the cars, aad save payment of extra tare.
Negroes, when traveling alone, must have a permit, na
ming the point to which they- are to go. aad speutytsg
that they are to travel by railroad, or they wtn not bo
carried. No ticket will be sold tbrm, nor win they be re
ceived on the ca-e, unless their owner or ageat be presept
or known to the ticket Ageat and Conductor, or other
person to vouch for genuineness of permit.
Saperinteaient of Transportation,
sep-1 Memphis, Tena.
For Baltimore, TTashinston, New
lorK, rmiaaeiphia, &.c
Direct Through Line for the East I
Baltimore and Ohio
THIS Boa runs from Wheeling to Baltimore, (379
miles,) aad to Washington, (100 miles,) aad presents
the tallest advaatages both aa a freight aad passr
tlae. It runs through wild and rotaaatlcivglsns of tke
Allegheales; sad being solidly coastracted, completetf
equipped and carefully maaaged. Is oa of the jeost at
tractive aad safest Railroads la the United StatM The
Central Ohio Bailroad, from Columbus and ZaaesvBle t
Wheeling, unites this road with all portions ot tks West
The o-iy Thbouok ticxzts rxon Mxatrmi,
Locisriux aad St. Locis to the Nattoxal M
tbopolis, are sold by this roid, whieh ruas dlreet tt
Washington without the deliy of pissing through Bai'-l-more.
It Is Uso the only lin by whish biggage caa be
checked to Washington from the Ohio river.
X3By tke MAit aocTr from Mempbcs, take th mall
steamers, ruaaiag dally for Louisville, connecting there
with mall steamers or JeCersoavlll Bailroad for Clacla
tati, where they arrive so as to coaaect with the ears of
Little Miami Railroad for Columbus, cc-aaatusg there
with Ceatrsl Ohio Railroad, through Newsrk d2aaM
vllle, to Wheeling. By the express train of this rout,
th time from Cincinnati to Baltlmcrs aad to Wuhingtoa
ls less thaa 37 hours.
J3"Be sun to ask for tickets by the Balttmors aad Ohio
Rail re ad Bouts.
3-PasseECTS from Msmphls going East through St
Louts, caa buy Through Tickets by the Baltimore aad Ohio
Bailroad. This route lays through VIncenes,TerraHiat,
Indian-polls, etc, to Wheeling, over the aew Ohio and
Mississippi aad eoaaaectlag Roads. These connections
are all direct, aad the time from St. Louis to Baltimore
orWashiagtoa la but aboat 43 hours. Through Ticket
by this route may be had of the Agent, under the Plaa-
tersuous, at in touowmg rates ; Prom St. Louis to
Baltimore $22; to Washington $26.
At Wheeling the passenger takes the superior cars of
the Baltimore and Obi Bailroad. which leave t!irM?ini
daily tor Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia aad 'New
lorr. inrouga ta 10 or i . sours, including stoppages.
Far safety, speed, regularity, beauty of the eouatry, aad
general comfort, this read la second to none la the Union.
rtuiuuiD. wajiii; possesses th largest
equipment of any Bailroad la. the United States, aid Is
prepared t do an immense business In tranTOortitiea-
The road makes Immediate connection at the wharves aad
ta tae streets or aiuiaore wtta tee R Hire id to Philadel
phla aad New Tork, steamers f Ericsson sad Sati
aoRi STZAMSBir Lines, by Canal and Sea to New
Tort, aaa oy newjtercnaats' aaa Miners' Line to Boston,
steamers to Norfolk, Charleston. Savaanah. fce. Pur
particulars, see freight tariff, copies of which may be had
ot tae.urwarumg -louses ta tae west, at on. s. Jcaii,
Receiving and Forwsrdt-g Agsat at Wheeling.
WM. S. WOODSIDX,
Master of Transportation, Baltimore.
THROUGH TICKETS aTowing the holders to stop at
any point, and resume their seats at pleasure, may b
purebred at the Company's Of-ce. No. 15, Jeffersoa
stret, 3 doors East of the Commercial Hotel. Memphis.
Juae25-ly .' WM. MOBIN. Agsnt.
iEW DRUG STOKE.
WE take pleuure la Informing the ciiisens of
Memshls and the nubile generally that we hat -
moved our stock of Drugs to th corner ot Mala aad
Ualoa streets, and will take pleasure la accommo
dating all who may favosus with a call.
We are also la receipt of full supply of frtsh and gen
uine Drugs, Chemicals, Pilntv0tlr,1,erlnery, fco.
Particular stteatloa paid to Cling of Preseriptlcas at
all hours ot day and night.
dc3i-tf b. JorNTot fc eo
FllTTT tsmli Powdered aad Crushed. Sagars,for si'
by . .mart7 HANCOCX, CLASS fc CO
- aTo. MATD WELL. fj. ' by
-SW nlicruu-rturt non'r. .n-w .. -
BS1H7 HANCOCZ, OLABC fc Co"